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Australian Navy Ships Get MAN Power

Navantia, the major Spanish shipbuilder, has chosen MAN main and generator set engines to power two fleet-support-tanker newbuildings it is currently constructing for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Each vessel will feature two MAN 18V 32/40 main engines and four MAN 7L21/31 gen-sets with deliveries scheduled for December 2017 and June 2018, respectively. The 18V

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Oil, Gas Workers Rally in WV to Support Jobs

Hundreds of oil and gas workers and supporters rally at West Virginia's State Capitol to support jobs, news agencies in the US report.
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Maersk Reaches Key North Sea Tax Deal With Denmark

A.P. Moller-Maersk reached an agreement with the Danish state that means it will pay less tax on its North Sea oil and gas activities through 2025.
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Offshore Industry To Play 'Vital Role' in Scottish Independence Campaign

The offshore industry will play a vital role in a second Scottish independence referendum campaign, Wood Mackenzie says.
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NOC: Libyan Oil Output Rises To 700,000 Bpd After Port Fighting Ends

Libya's oil production has reached 700,000 barrels per day, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) says.
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Petrobras Raises Asset Sale Goal To $21B For 2017-2018 Period

Petrobras raises a goal for asset divestitures and partnerships for 2017 and 2018 to $21 billion from $19.5 billion.
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Oil Falls on Yet Another US Crude Build

Both the US and global benchmarks slipped over 80 cents off newsflow that US crude inventories had risen by 5 million barrels for the week ending March 17.
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New Zealand Opens Block Offer Tender for Exploration Permits

New Zealand Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins opens the Block Offer 2017 tender for petroleum exploration permits.
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India Eases Rules For Old Oil, Gas Blocks; To Unlock $21B Reserves

India approves a policy allowing extra time to contractors of old blocks to unlock oil and gas reserves of more than 426 million barrels.
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Britain's Igas Wins Approval For Shale Gas Exploration

Britain's IGas has won planning consent from Nottinghamshire County Council to develop a shale gas well site and drill an exploratory well at Tinker Lane.
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Enbridge Cutting 1,000 Jobs in US and Canada

Following the closing of its acquisition of Spectra Energy, Enbridge is trimming its workforce by 6%.
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Wintershall Says Ready To Continue Supporting Nord Stream 2

Wintershall is still looking for ways to support the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project.
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Recruiter Check-In: What's Happening in Oil, Gas

As we near the end of the 1Q, recruiters weigh in on what the industry's current needs are and what we will see going forward in the recruitment space.
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High Calibre Staff Helps EnerMech Secure Prelude FLNG Contract

The high calibre of its staff helps EnerMech secure a pre-commissioning subcontract with Technip Oceania Pty Ltd on the Shell Australia operated Prelude FLNG project.
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Petrochina's Head Of Crude Oil Trading Resigns, Replaced By Deputy

The head of crude oil trading at Chinese state energy giant PetroChina has resigned after 20 years with the company.
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China's Sinopec Buys First Major African Refinery In Chevron Deal

China's Sinopec agrees to pay almost $1 billion for a 75% stake in Chevron Corp's South African assets and its subsidiary in Botswana, securing its first major refinery on the continent.
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India's Feb Oil Output Falls 3.4% YoY

India's oil output in February fell 3.4% to about 2.80 million tons year-over-year.
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Analyst Sees Possible Crest for US Gasoline Demand Growth Wave

US gasoline demand could fall by more than 1.7 million barrels per day by 2030, according to Wood Mackenzie analyst Andrew Shepard.
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Gulf Of Mexico Lease Sale Nets $315M in Bids, Feds Suggest Trump Bounce

Top bidders included Shell Offshore, Statoil, Chevron and Hess Corp, each offering more than $44 million for access to offshore exploration and production, according to federal records.
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Burckhardt Keeps Shale Gas Cool

Burckhardt Compression announced that its Laby compressors are used to keep shale gas cool during transport from the United States to the United Kingdom. These ongoing shipments move US shale gas to the INEOS Grangemouth petrochemical site in Scotland, UK. The Burckhardt low-temperature, boil-off gas compressors are installed in each of the multi-gas carriers that […]
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